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Re: No /etc/nova/nova.conf


Hi Joe,

DevStack is intended for installing an OpenStack development environment,
rather than a production or even pre-production test environment.

For this reason, things like init scripts and config files are not
installed permanently.

When using DevStack, you do not need to follow the instructions in the
various doc's, these steps are all performed automatically to give you a
clean development environment as fast as possible.


On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 5:48 PM, Joe Smithian <joe.smithian@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Hi All,
> I installed OpenStack using devsatck script (http://devstack.org/) on
> Ubuntu 11.10. Installation was successful but there is no /etc/nova/
> directory and It looks like that devstack script doesn't install all
> the nova services. Should I install them manually as described in the
> getting started documents?
> All the openStack are installed at /opt/stack/. Should I create
> symbolic link at /etc/nova?
> Thanks
> Joe
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